Nádas Péter oldala, Angol életrajz
Péter Nádas (born 1942 in Budapest) is a Hungarian writer. He worked as a dramaturg and photographer, and his first novel The End of a Family Story was censored because of some of its themes.
Nádas' other novels include Lovely Tale of Photography and Book of Memories, which is considered as his most important work. Death is a recurrent theme in Nádas' work, and his writing has been described as intellectual, detailed, strong and innovative but also demanding.